The Roemheld stand 4110 will be split into sectors at MACH 2010 to offer market-driven examples of how workholding can increase competitiveness and maximise existing investment. There will be sectors on Automotive, Aerospace, Medical, Energy and General Manufacturing plus a dedicated fixture builder area.
The emphasis of the Roemheld stand will be on increasing production efficiency through proven technology and innovation: ensuring that any investment is spent wisely. Roemheld will also be supplying demonstration products so the end user can ‘Try before they Buy’: ensuring any workholding investment will meet their needs both now and in the future.
On display at the exhibition will be Roemheld’s 5-Axis vice range, which enables gripping on just 3mm, reducing raw material costs. In addition, the Roemheld Zero Point systems will also be on show, which offer rapid and repeatable changeovers, while making the most of existing workholding investment. End users will also be able to see examples of the latest hydraulic fixturing and hydraulic elements.
Bill Neal, Managing Director of Roemheld, said: “Manufacturing in the UK needs to take a fresh look at how to compete in world markets and win new contracts. We would invite end users to come to the stand to see for themselves how Roemheld’s effective workholding solutions hold the key to many of the questions being posed to production engineers.”
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